The Debt Respite Scheme explained and what it means for you

The Debt Respite (Breathing Space) Scheme is due to come into force on 04 May 2021. It will give individuals that are struggling to pay their debt a 60 day […]

As a business owner, do you need a prenup?

In the UK, prenups are not (yet), legally-binding. They can, however, still carry substantial weight in family courts. For this reason, anyone with significant pre-marital assets, especially a business, should […]

Key documents you might need when taking the next step in your relationship

5 documents you might need when taking the next step in your relationship

With Valentine’s Day soon approaching you might be considering taking the next step with your partner. This could be getting married, moving in together or buying a house. Whatever the […]

Understanding high net worth divorce

In regular divorce cases, usually, the biggest challenge is ensuring a “fair and equitable” split of the family home and any pension funds. In high net worth divorce cases, issues […]

Understanding the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020

The UK’s divorce laws have long been dubbed as archaic and outdated. The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 is expected to change this. Coming into force in autumn 2021, […]

Private parking in the UK; what are your legal rights?

Parking on public land and parking on private land are areas that are governed by different sets of rules and enforcement processes. For the most part, parking on public land […]

How perception of Divorce has changed in 2020

Over the course of time, relationship habits, wants and priorities have changed and evolved to become more inclusive but also more aware, especially when it comes to finances and shared […]

How Family Law is adapting to a ‘virtual’ world

In just a few months, Covid-19 has seen normal life change dramatically. Some changes have had devastating consequences and other changes have brought potentially positive changes to the way we […]

Tackling domestic abuse during the Coronavirus pandemic

Every type of individual has had to deal with some form of change during the lockdown, not all negative but not all positive. What has notably come under the spotlight […]

Coronavirus: creating a will in uncertain times

At the time of writing this, 33,186 people have sadly had their lives taken away due to the Coronavirus outbreak. It’s an event that many cannot and wouldn’t think to […]

Coronavirus and its impact on family law

Not only has Covid-19 significantly impacted the way we work, shop and socialise but the virus has greatly impacted how we live day to day. For many families and individuals […]

Coronavirus: 5 key legal documents you should prepare

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has altered the routines of most people. At a time like this, it may be worth considering what legal documents can protect you and your family’s […]